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Re: The Rider's answe to taking mind-altering drugs(3) tancu

Posted by Lou Pilder on December 8, 2002, at 17:13:48

In reply to Re: The Rider's answe to taking mind-altering drugs(3), posted by tancu on November 29, 2002, at 21:33:31

You wrote that , [...our capacity to feel the difference between that which is divine and that which is not must surely be equal to the same capacity our forefathers posessed when they endevorerd to relate their own interpretation of spiritual matters...].
Then you wrote that the identification of who the [forefathers] were in your post included even King David of ancient Israel who is accepted by many as the author of most of the Psalms that are included in scripture.
Could you clarify if you are then saying that the writings of, lets say, King David who is accepted by many as the author of most of the Psalms , wrote [his own interpretation of spiritual matters] verses what many say that he was divinely inspired to write? If you could, then I could be better able to communicate with you in regards to your post.




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